To address climate change, the European Union must set out a dedicated strategy for the deployment of critical CO2 infrastructure for industrial decarbonisation at scale and for scaling permanent carbon removals by 2030. Carbon Gap and 38 other organisations published an open letter supporting the development of the EU Industrial Carbon Management Strategy, calling on the European Commission to publish the strategy as soon as possible.
The other signatories supporting an EU Industrial Carbon Management Strategy are: 1.5 ° Ventures, Aker Carbon Capture, Altera, arc – alt med affald, ArcelorMittal, Avenia, Baker Hughes, Bellona, Carbon Centric, Clean Air Task Force, Concito, CCS Europe, CEWEP, CO2 Management AS, CMP – Copenhagen Malmö Port, Danish Shipping, Direct Air Capture Coalition, EPG – Energy Policy Group, EuLA – European Lime Association, E3G, Gasunie, Global CCS Institute, GreenCap Solutions, Hafslund Oslo Celsio, Heidelberg Materials, Hydro, Klimpo, Negative Emissions Platform, Novozymes, Norges Rederiförbund, Pannonia Bio, Port of Gothenburg, SINTEF, Tech for Net Zero Allianz, VICTROL, WiseEuropa, ZEP – Zero Emissions Platform.
Signatories after publication: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
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